How Characters Change in Stories (And How to Write
Believable Change)
Writing & Speaking

How Characters Change in Stories (And How to Write Believable Change)

The article How Characters Change in Stories (And How to Write Believable Change) appeared first on The Write Practice. You’ve probably heard this piece of writing advice before: Your character must change throughout the course of your story. Characters need .. Go to Source

How to Use Three-Act Structure to Write a Story Readers
Can’t Put Down
Writing & Speaking

How to Use Three-Act Structure to Write a Story Readers Can’t Put Down

The article How to Use Three-Act Structure to Write a Story Readers Can’t Put Down appeared first on The Write Practice. If you’re struggling to write stories your readers will love, you’re not alone. We talk a lot about structure here at the Write Practice a.. Go to Source

Situational Irony: 3 Steps to Surprise Your Readers With
Ironic Twists
Writing & Speaking

Situational Irony: 3 Steps to Surprise Your Readers With Ironic Twists

The article Situational Irony: 3 Steps to Surprise Your Readers With Ironic Twists appeared first on The Write Practice. Do you ever get stuck writing the middle of a story? What do you do when the character’s actions and the consequences begin to feel predic.. Go to Source